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21.04.2017.

Response by Montenegro’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro denies strongly the unfounded allegations of the “anti-Russian hysteria” in Montenegro, expressed at a press conference by the spokesperson of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

19.04.2017.

Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović received Austrian Ambassador Johann Fröhlich on a farewell visit

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, received today the Austrian Ambassador, Johann Fröhlich, on a farewell visit.

19.04.2017.

Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović received the US Congress delegation

Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović received the US Congress delegation

On 19th April, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, met with the delegation of the US Congress, led by Congressmen Devin Nunes, on a working visit to Montenegro.

11.04.2017.

US President, Donald Tramp signed the ratification instrument for Montenegro’s Protocol of Accession to NATO

After the US senate backed Montenegro’s accession to NATO with vast majority of votes, the US President Donald Trump signed on 10th April 2017 the Act ratifying Montenegro’s Protocol of accession to NATO, thus completing the national procedure of ratification in the United States.

06.04.2017.

Foreign Minister Darmanović received the newly appointed South Korean Ambassador to Montenegro Yoo Dae Jong

Foreign Minister Darmanović received the newly appointed South Korean Ambassador to Montenegro Yoo Dae Jong

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, received today the newly appointed Ambassador of the Republic of South Korea to Montenegro, Yoo Dae Jong, stationed in Belgrade.

04.04.2017.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović has opened the Consulate of Montenegro headed by the Honorary Consul in the Republic of Moldova

Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović has opened the Consulate of Montenegro headed by the Honorary Consul in the Republic of Moldova

Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović paid on April 4th an official visit to the Republic of Moldova where he met with Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Andrei Galbur.

04.04.2017.

Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović on a working visit to Austria

Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović on a working visit to Austria

On 20th April 2017, Montenegro’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, was on a working visit to the Republic of Austria where he met with the Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, Sebastian Kurz.

31.03.2017.

Brussel: Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović took part in the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting

Brussel: Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović took part in the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting

Today, on 31st March, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, participated to the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussel. Given Montenegro’s status of an invited country, Minister Darmanović participated to all the sessions.

30.03.2017.

Argentina: 100 years of immigration of Montenegrins was celebrated in the Colonia La Montenegrina

Argentina: 100 years of immigration of Montenegrins was celebrated in the Colonia La Montenegrina

In the organization of the Government of the Province Chaco and the Honorary Consulate of Montenegro, 100 years of immigration of Montenegrins and the establishment of the mentioned colony, was celebrated in the Colonia La Montenegrina. The event was attended by the Governor Domingo Pepo and the Vice-Governor Daniel Kapetanic. A large number of guests and expatriates have been welcomed by the Ambassador Gordan Stojović and the advisor to the president of Montenegro Ruzdija Tuzović.

30.03.2017.

Darmanović-Asselborn: Continued Luxembourgian support to Montenegro’s integration processes

Darmanović-Asselborn: Continued Luxembourgian support to Montenegro’s integration processes

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srđan Darmanović, PhD, talked today to the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, who was on an official visit to Montenegro.